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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 4, 1972

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By GORDON ATCHESON
"Liberty, democracy, and free-
dom are more than words for a
Fourth of July speech. I choke up
at the thought or osmng them,"
concluded Jack Anderson.
Anderson, the Pulitzer Prize win-
nling columnist and self proclaimed
"watch dog on government," spoke
last night at Hill Aud. to a crowd
of nearly 400 people.
Sounding more like a preacher
than a journalist, Anderson de-
clared, "The public's right to know
in tantamount. Your right to know
is more important than the Presi-
dent's right to know."
Anderson spoke of the presiden-
tial election at great length. He
implored, "On Tuesday you have
a choice between a man who is
unskilled in pragmatic politics but
understands the people and the in-
cumbent who knows the paperwork
but not the human undercurrent.
Choose wisely!"
Anderson assessed his duty as a
reporter as "breaking the jour-
nalistic ice. I want to know what
the President doesn't want me to
know."
Among the many scoops Ander-
son has scored are ITT case and
the revaluation of top-secret mem-
oranda about the India-Pakistan
war. Nonetheless Anderson is prob-
ably best known for the charges
he leveled at Thomas Eagleton,
former Democratic vice presiden-
tial candidate, which he later re-
tracted.
"We reported we had located
citations charging Tom Eagleton
with drunken driving," Anderson
explained. "Later I thought that

was too strong so we issued a
clarifying bulletin - that's all we
did. Other reporters blew the whole
story out of proportion."
Commenting on the retraction he
said, "I thought I was being mag-
nanimous. It hurt my credibility
but if we had been taken to court
we could have proved everything
we said."
Later Anderson spoke about the
thirst for power in the government.
"Our forefathers knew the govern-
ment needed a watch dog. The
government must be restrained,"~
he contended.
He charged the Nixon adminis-

(Continued from Page 1) ; proposal to establish an elections
0EEENA yh G eee-jcutwt ee ugso da encompasses three items, in-( year terms passed 1,904 to 376.
cluding a proposal to require all -GRADING REFORM: LSA Stu-
tration has tried to usurp the peo- Student Government Council (SG dents voted in favor or grading re-
pies' right to know. "Richard Nix:- C) members to be students, which form 1,409 to 428. The Committee
on would like to control all the "H- passed with a vote of 2,453 to 182. for Underclass Experience (CUE)
formation given to the public. He A proposal to provide for the au- Merger Proposal, favoring a pass!
has tried to increase his power by tomatic filling of vacancies in the no credit grading for upper level
discrediting the media and clasti- cs f cniae aldt courses received 520 votes; the
fying the news," Anderson claimed,.aeo party cniae aldt Curriculum Committee's Proposal,
During his speech Anderson also receive a two-thirds majority with with options for students and fac-
condemned the Nixon administra-a vote of 1,310 to 1,023. The third ulty gained 484 votes and the Or-
tion for intimidating the press and -
refusing to acknowledge its own
mistakes. Said Anderson, "When !J i
ever anything goes wrong we have J i T he D aily
Richard Nixon before the televi-
sion cameras blaming the previousC IU L T OD E.
administration."f

iginal CUE proposal for pass/'no
credit grading for students with
less than 54 hours received 267
votes.
-COLLEGE ASSEMBLY: Stu-
dents voted for the continuation of
the College Assembly in the LSA
Student Government Constitution
with a vote of 548 to 531.
-PARITY: Students favored stu-

-PROPORTIONAL R E P R E-
SENTATION: Students approved
a plan to elect members at large
on the LSA Student Government by
t h e proportional representation
system in a proposal that passed
803 to 396.

dent-f aculty
ad hoc and
of LSA by a

voting parity on all
standing committees
1,436 to 312 vote.

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The present code was conceived
last spring and summer by a steer-:
ing committee of school board!
members. Three weeks ago the
committee presented a first draft
to the board and two public hear-
ings were held to discuss the
policy.
Ted Heusel, board president,
said he can find nothing wrong
with the present policy and has no
intention of scrapping it.
"It is my belief that it is the
best policy the school board has
ever had. It may well be a model
policy for the entire state," he
said.
The protesters, including area
junior high and high school stu-
dents and members of the Human
Rights, Party and Ozone House,
began their vigil at 7:30 a.m. yes-
terday morning in front of Tappan

hoping to draw a larger segment of
the school's populace into the
strike.
When this was not accomplished,
a vote was taken and at 11 a.m.
students decided to picket the dis-
trict administrative offices and
talk to Superintendent of Schools
Bruce McPherson.
At the administration building,
the group, 30 in number, staged a
sit-in when informed that Mc-
Pherson was unavailable. When
the group refused to leave the
building the police were called.
Captain Robert Conn, the police
liaison with city schools, arrived'
with one other officer and in-
structed the demonstrators that
they had the option of either being
arrested or meeting with McPher-
son Tuesday.
The group voted for the meeting
with McPherson.

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